5,000 Nigerians To Be Deported From Mali, Libya Over Various Migration Offences

A total number of 5,000 Nigerians are set to be deported from Mali and Libya, over various migration offences ranging from Human trafficking, smuggling of migrants, and non possession of valid travel documents.

The first batch of 250 Nigerians from Libya will arrive the country today. An additional batch of 250 Nigerians would also be deported from same countries next week .

Director-General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons , NAPTIP Julie Okah-Donli, made this disclosure yesterday, during her maiden visit at the agency’s zonal command in Lagos.

She revealed that 5000 Nigerians, mainly victims of human trafficking, were awaiting evacuation back home.

Written by Tijani Olamide

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